LAUREN WINFIELD-HILL scored just four runs as England Women secured a 16 runs victory over West Indies in the second T20I at the Kensington Oval.

The Stamford Bridge batter, again at number three in the order, came in following the dismissal of opener Danni Wyatt (20) but was unable to reach her best form in Bridgetown.

Winfield-Hill managed only four singles from the eight balls she faced before falling to stand-out bowler Hayley Matthews (3-15), being caught by Karishma Ramharack midway through the ninth over.

On Sunday, Winfield-Hill had scored 15 from 14 in the first T20I at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.

England went on to reach to reach 141-6, opening batter Sophia Dunkley top-scoring with a run-a-ball 43.

Captain Heather Knight (18), Maia Bouchier (24) and Northern Diamonds’ Katherine Brunt (seven) contributed handy runs while Alice Davidson-Richards (seven not out) and Sarah Glenn (10no) were unbeaten at the finish.

In reply, West Indies could only reach 125-8 from their 20 overs, with Winfield-Hill stumping Djenaba Joseph (three) from Glenn’s bowling (1-22).

Winfield-Hill and England return to the Kensington Oval field on Saturday (10pm UK time), seeking to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the third T20I in the five-match series.